Double flared vase; flared base and flared lip; cylindrical form. Red body, thrown and molded, mold seam visible. Molded ivy leaf (?) pattern in relief encircles at lip with six drop tendril-...

c. 1955

This is a cylindrical ceramic vessel with slightly convex sides and a narrow elongated opening. The surface is covered with off-white glaze and decorated with a blue colored fish motif.


This is a ceramic teapot with under and overglazes. The base is terra-cotta colored with South-American designs. The lid of the teapot forms the base for a sculpture of an ocellated turkey.


This is a glazed earthenware vase with floral slip decoration. The decoration appears only on the outside of the vessel's round chamber, which sits on a footed base. A band of beading...


This is a white bisque wheel-thrown footed vase. The vase is unglazed and has banded decoration at the top and center. The shape of the vase is a slightly concave cylinder at top, which starts...


This is a bisque-fired earthenware vase with a rounded chamber that tapers at the bottom and is supported by four sculpted feet.


This is wheel-thrown earthenware vase made with buff colored clay and glazed transparent olive green. The overall shape is cylindrical with a footed base. Decorative beading design appears...


Wheel-thrown earthenware with beading design at neck, transparent olive green glaze on buff clay with circular mottled effect in glazing.


This is a red bisque-fired earthenware vase with a sculpted lizard attached to the side. The vase has a round chamber and a cylindrical collar with a band of decoration near the top.


This is an unglazed footed ceramic vase. The vase has convex sides that taper to a slightly flared top. A band of decoration in a pattern of vertical lines rings the vase just above center.


This is an unglazed bisque-fired earthenware vase. The vase is three sided, and tapers slightly to a footed base. A sculpted lizard is attached to one side.

early 1970's

File states that: "Based on other examples of his work, this piece was probably wholly made by Otto, although his wife Vivika's name is carved into the bottom of the piece.

1966 or 1967

Ceramic stack with round base leading to cylindrical top. Slab-constructed with visible joins. Anagama pit fired with unglazed brown and red varied surface


Wood fired stoneware stack, slab-constructed with open and visible joins. Unglazed tan, red, and brown varied surface.


Made at the Los Angeles County Art Institute (formerly the Otis College of Art); Fired to cone 6; Verified by Peter Voulkos on 3/25/01 as one of the earliest "Stack" forms (from Frank Lloyd of...


This plate is signed "Prieto" but it is unclear which Prieto it is. The plate is of a dark reddish-brown clay. The glaze is a milky brown with red areas on the center portion of the plate.


low stoneware plate. The plate is an olive-brown color with dark black speckles. The rim is dark reddish brown. The glaze is olive.


This is a ceramic scene of a woman, naked, standing in a bathroom. The bathroom walls are painted like a garden. The "room" is painted wood. This bathroom is similar to the bathroom in the artist'...


Porcelain cup in the shape of a sea shell. Outside is white; inside is peach colored. Left handed cup with handle in the form of a mermaid whose hands and blond hair is attached at the top and...


Hand-built egg sculpture. Sculpture consists of a wooden base upon which six eggs of varying heights are loosely mounted. Eggs seem to be growing from/sitting atop green and orange vines with...


Green flat porcelain (?) sculpture wall hanging. Very thin layer of porcelain with a green mat glaze and five rows of oval cut-outs mounted to two wooden boards. A wire is attached to one of the...


Large earthenware vessel with white spherical shapes attached to the inside


Sculpted clay face of a woman in two pieces. She has red lipstick, green eye shadow and lavender earrings on her face (A). Her hair has a second piece (B) that is a ponytail, sculpted on a...

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